Faatiha Aayat (The Amazing Faatiha Aayat)


Faatiha Aayat

Who is this girl ???? 

The Amazing Faatiha Aayat

I have been looking for his complete identity for a long time. Finally, I highlighted what I got.

Fatiha Aayat, a 9-year-old American of Bangladeshi descent, is a fourth-grade student in the Gifted and Talented program in New York City

He has already received an honourable mention in the national level math competition. He regularly attends various UN conferences and talks about the rights of disadvantaged children. 

For children his age, he uploads content on YouTube on mathematics, coding, science, news, commentary on the Qur'an, and contemporary issues. Love to draw pictures and write letters

Although a citizen of the United States, he has a deep love for his homeland. That's why seven-year-old Fatiha has spoken at the United Nations about the deforestation of Bangladesh by the Rohingya and its detrimental effects on global warming. 

When he was asked in a national level math competition in the United States, this is not an international event. Why are you carrying the flag of Bangladesh? 

His fluent reply was, ‘Since no one in my predecessor’s country has ever won this competition before, I consider this achievement of mine to be the achievement of all of them. I am dedicating this award to all mathematical students in Bangladesh.

This is the 'Fatiha verse' of Bangladeshi origin. Even though he lives in this country, Bangladesh is bright in his heart. Fatiha spoke about how she first went to the UN; 

October 11 is International Girl Child Day. Due to various engagements, the United Nations organized the International Girl Child Day 2016 on October 13, two days later. 

This 13th of October is his birthday again. That year his parents wanted to give him a surprise as a birthday present. So they contacted the organizers of the event and took him to the ECOSOC chamber at the UN headquarters.

Fatiha said, "The chief guest of the event, the Minister of Women's Affairs of Canada, Mariam Monsef, mentioned me in her speech, and about 700 senior government officials from different countries applauded me and wished me a happy birthday." 

Since then, my interest in participating in various UN programs has grown, and one opportunity after another has come.

Fatiha last spoke at the United Nations on August 12, World Youth Day. Satya Tripathi, the Assistant Assistant General of the United Nations, who was present there, mentioned Fatiha in his speech. Earlier, Fatiha participated in the 16th International Conference on Human Rights 2019, United Nations Day 2018 and Women Peace and Security Agenda 2018. 

In these programs, Fatiha talks about child abuse, gender inequality, domestic violence, inhumane life in refugee camps, and climate change effects on children. Even in the math competitions that Fatiha takes part in, she talks about children's right to a happy education.

Regarding maths, Fatiha says she is always very nervous at the beginning of any competition. 

Her father gets angry when he sees her getting nervous. Her father could not think of any alternative to being confident. Fatiha's mother then gave him courage. 

For example, there were five events in the 2016 National Mathematics Pentathlon Academic Tournament. Fatiha lost the first two events. Because he was very nervous. He was five and a half years old at the time, the first math tournament of his life, and again such a big national event. 

His mother gave him a lot of courage and caressed him a lot. Fatiha then won the remaining three events and became the first Bangladeshi to win the title honourable Mention' in that competition. She also participated in JI Math Olympiad 2019, National Math Festival 2019, Global Math Week 2018. 

He has a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. They have a studio in one corner of the living room in their home. 

Her parents used to help her, now she dresses, prepares a light camera, records the video, edits it herself in Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro, and uploads the video herself. In addition to mathematics, Fatiha also uploads content on science, geography, coding, Quranic exegesis, and contemporary issues. 

There are videos of Fatiha on the Kashmir issue and videos of her letter to the mayor of New York about the garbage truck and the answers she gave. Fatiha has two books on Amazon, the cover of which was unveiled by fiction writer Anisul Haque.

Fatiha has wanted to be an astronaut since she met astronaut Don Thomas at NASA, astronaut Nicole Stott at the National Science Festival and scientist Nathan Ruthman at the Science Port. 

It seemed that there was nothing more enjoyable than seeing the earth from space. But since the first day of fasting, he no longer wants to be an astronaut. Now he wants to contribute to world civilization by doing something when he grows up so that not a single child spends a day in hunger or thirst. 

That can happen in many ways. For example, if he is a geological engineer, he will build a rainwater reservoir for more use without wasting rainwater, which will quench children's thirst in all parts of the world. 

If the genetic scientist discovers the DNA profiles of different foods, he will make them more nutritious for children. All in all, whatever he is, he wants the profession to be for children.

"Ever since I came to the United States at the age of four, my parents have been conscientious not to let my first language become English," Fatiha said.

Dad listens to BBC Bangla with me every day, and if I don't understand something there, I ask Dad. I watch Bengali movies every weekend with my mother.

I can read and write Bengali. Even though I am in New York, I regularly read the textbooks on the board of Bangladesh. '

Fatiha said, "I have won many painting competitions. Dad decorated my office with my paintings. Teachers use my drawings in various school leaflets and materials. 

After reading the storybooks, I cover them using ProCreat apps on the iPad. I write letters to many. I went to Alaska. When I came back, I wrote letters to forest rangers, glacier pilots, adventure guides, eco artists and sent pictures taken with them.

The day Fatiha Aayat first fasted, she wanted to eat a lot. Before Iftar, Fatiha thought that she would eat all the food and water in the world. Her father then told her that thousands of children her age in Yemen, Syria, Palestine, Somalia and Ethiopia were starving every day, just as she was hungry that day. 

Fatiha has changed her dreams ever since. Father's grandfather and grandfather were both high-ranking Air Force officers.

Fatiha's parents sincerely believe that Allah Ta'ala sent them the Fatiha verse as a deposit. His real guardian is us, you - every human being in the whole of Bangladesh. 

Pray for both of them so that they can take care of Allah's special trust with honesty, devotion, and concentration for the whole of Bangladesh.

It's a pity to see him, what have I done in life! But again, arrogance is thinking that he is my own kind! I am proud of Bangladesh.


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